Question: Using Data Tracks in Budding Yeast's Gbrowse
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5.0 years ago by
abenabba0
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abenabba0 wrote:

I'm new to using gbrowse, and I would like to know how to interpret the information in the data tracks provided. For instance, I am looking at the gene that codes for the cdc45 protein in yeast, in chromosome xii. I have selected data tracks under "transcription regulation", and now those references show up in the browser. Can anybody give me tips on how to interpret that data? Here is a link to what I am looking at:

http://browse.yeastgenome.org/fgb2/gbrowse/scgenome/

I know I can just read the literature provided from the tracks, but what can one infer by just looking at the browser itself?

 

Edit: to be more specific, I think I just need help interpreting chip-seq data in general. I made a new post addressing this: Reading chip-chip Data

 

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